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Mr. Jackson is an Information Specialist; a retired Special Librarian of Academic, Public, Corporate, Church and Prison libraries. He initiated meetings in 1965 resulting in the founding of the national Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) in 1966. He has taught Research to PhD candidates, and published a wide variety of articles; is a bibliographer, essayist, contributing journal editor, reviewer of recordings and books. He is both publisher and self-publisher. He is currently Editor of Plateau Area Writers Association's Quarterly and anthology series, Contrasts; a timpanist and percussionist for several musical ensembles. His most recent book, Letters from Paul, is a compilation of three years of monthly encouragement essay letters written as a deacon to his parish members.


The letters AI in a circle (Artificial Intelligence)

I’ve Written a Book. I’m a Machine, and Taught Myself How to Write.

Librarians have heard about AI (Automatic Intelligence) but you and I as librarians may not know how it will be affecting our profession and jobs.